For industrial purposes, metal shelving is the ultimate choice as it is durable and strong for storing huge and bulky goods. These have shelved capacities that vary from 300 pounds to 1000 pounds. Shelving depths usually range from 12" to 36"; heights range from about 39" to 123"; and widths range from approximately 36" to 48". Metal shelving is generally placed in a movable passage so that maximum storage space is created.
Basic garage shelving can be constructed using a piece of ¾" plywood cut to the dimensions you need and set on heavy-duty shelf brackets. The brackets are mounted directly to studs using long screws. The shelf is then placed on top and attached to the brackets. To strengthen the shelf and ensure that it will hold heavy boxes or equipment, you should add a support brace to each stud.
In choosing a storage shelf, whether wood, metal, glass reinforced fiber, plastic, or a combination of wood and aluminum or wood and stainless steel, consider its durability, lifespan, stability, safety and cost. Other elements such as beauty, size, height, mobility, ease of access all come into play in determining your shelving options. The popular type nowadays as a storage equipment is the metal shelf with a capacity of 150 lbs to over 1,000 lbs. per shelf. They can be made of aluminum, galvanized, chrome plated or stainless steel.
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